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Film Description:

This ambitious adaptation of the story of Noah depicts the visions that led him to voice dire prophesies of apocalypse and to build an ark to survive. As he labors to save his family, Noah asks for help from a band of angels called the Watchers.

Russell Crowe stars as Noah in the film inspired by the epic story of courage, sacrifice and hope. Directed by visionary filmmaker Darren Aronofsky.

“The film is inspired by the story of Noah. While artistic license has been taken, we believe that this film is true to the essence, values and integrity of a story that is a cornerstone of faith for millions of people worldwide. The biblical story of Noah can be found in the book of Genesis.”

Release Date: (DVD/Blu-ray) July 29, 2014

(Warning: This is Not a Christian Film, does not Follow the Bible!)

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  • Emma Watson – Ila
  • Jennifer Connelly – Naameh
  • Logan Lerman – Ham
  • Russell Crowe – Noah
  • Anthony Hopkins – Methuselah
  • Douglas Booth – Shem
  • Kevin Durand – Og
  • Ray Winstone – Tubal Cain
  • Marton Csokas – Lamech
  • Sami Gayle – Sami
  • Dakota Goyo – Young
  • Nick Nolte – Samyaza
  • Barry Sloane – Poacher Leader
  • Mark Margolis – Magog
  • Frank Langella – Azazel
  • Madison Davenport – Na’el
  • Ariane Rinehart – Eve
  • Finn Wittrock – Young Tubal
  • Anne Bergstedt Jordanova – Wife maiden
  • Gavin Casalegno – Young Shem
  • Skylar Burke – Young Ila 14
  • Don Harvey – Mean Uncle
  • McKenzie Shea – Maiden
  • Nolan Gross – Young Ham
  • Sophie Nyweide – Young Sister
  • Adam Griffith – Adam (as Adam M. Griffith)
  • Leo McHugh Carroll – Japheth
  • Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson – Cain
  • Joseph Garcia Quinn – Javan Tabal
  • Lucas McHugh Carroll – Refugee
  • Gregg Bello – Testu-Kol
  • Mike McVearry – Soldier
  • Julian Murdoch – Warlord’s Child
  • Anna Kuchma – Refugee
  • Kevin Cannon – The Butcher
  • Raymond Mamrak – Refugee
  • Jim Ford – Refugee
  • Austin Kennedy – Refugee
  • Lawrence Smith – Warlord
  • Ludovic Coutaud – Refugee
  • John F. Schindler III – Refugee
  • Ezra Barnes – Father
  • Joseph Basile – Wedge Soldier
  • Brian Matthews – Soldier
  • Giovanni Sanseviero – The Blacksmith Boss
  • George Schroeder – Soldier
  • Luc Austin – Refugee Child
  • Thomas W. Stewart – Refugee
  • Arnoddur Magnus Danks – Laughing Poacher
  • Brandon Lee Harris – Refugee
  • Sam Ibram – Wedge Soldier
  • Rob Scebelo – Wedge Soldier (as Robert M. Scebelo)
  • Samuel F. Klein – Flood Victim
  • David Itchkawitz – Wedge #2 Soldier
  • Lucas Martin – Refugee
  • Michael Cole – Refugee
  • Arnar Dan – Abel
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Noah (2014) Movie


Duration: | Release Date: March 28, 2014 | MPAA Rating: PG-13 |
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Noah suffers visions of an apocalyptic deluge and takes measures to protect his family from the coming flood.


Darren Aronofsky


Ari Handel, Darren Aronofsky


Emma Watson, Jennifer Connelly,Logan Lerman, Russell Crowe, Anthony Hopkins, Douglas Booth, Kevin Durand, Ray Winstone, Marton Csokas, Sami Gayle, Dakota Goyo, Nick Nolte

Action, Adventure, Biblical, Biography, Disaster, Drama, True Films

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Disruption Entertainment, New Regency Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Protozoa Pictures, Regency Enterprises
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  1. Moshe says
    02 December 13, 4:09am

    The question one must truly ask is what did Yeshuah mean when he replied to his talmadim(disciples) who asked him how will we know when your return is near? Yeshuah’s reply ” as in the days of Noah, so shall it be at the coming of the son of man.” From our point in history this poses even deeper questions. Man’s fallen state by its nature has the capacity to produce immorality, murder, violence and all the characteristics described in the scriptures. A G-d of love would not wipe out all flesh over man acting in a manner consistent with his fallen nature. G-d always provides a way for redemption(sacrifices were in place at that time). He is a G-d of mercy and compassion, slow to anger, etc. “For as by one man’s disobedience many were made sinners, so also by one Man’s obedience many will be made righteous.” The Barbaric setting may not be so far from reality. The childhood Sunday school image of Noah held by many may be legitimately challenged in this film. It may shatter that fantasy with a dose of reality of whats coming. One must ask the question, ” What was going on in the earth that was so hideous that it would cause G-d to wipe out all flesh? Perhaps the answer lies in Genesis 6:4-6. Do the research. Consider, modern day Trans-Humanism, Nephellim, The Watchers and Enoch referenced in the whole book of Jude but specifically Jude 5-7. Thank you. Moshe

  2. tiger sampson says
    12 February 14, 3:31pm

    So you made a movie about Noah that is different in many ways from the biblical text and include leftist stuff like environmentalism and expect Christians to embrace this film? Hollywood just doesn’t get it when it comes to Christians…..Say what you want about Mel Gibson but he took the biblical account of Jesus death and MADE IT REAL while holding TRUE TO ALL THE DETAILS…still it wasn’t without controversy ….and the result $612 MILLION BLOCKBUSTER…..Christians will reject this film in droves especially when you stuff things like overpopulation down our throats…..yek

  3. Thomas says
    12 February 14, 6:55pm

    “A G-d of love would not wipe out all flesh over man acting in a manner consistent with his fallen nature. G-d always provides a way for redemption(sacrifices were in place at that time).” — Moshe

    A God of love would INDEED wipe out all flesh, not because man acted according to his fallen nature, but because “every intention of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually”!

    “The LORD saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every intention of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually.” Genesis 6:5

    Modern man has become far too chummy with evil to rebuke it any longer that’s why they ignorantly rebuke God for His justice. God is holy. (Another word foreign to modern man). And God requires holiness and righteousness out of His creation. ALL of His creation. We were created for HIS glory not our own.

    When God decided to wipe out mankind He HAD warned them. For 120 YEARS He warned them! How much more time did they need? In another 120 years the world would have been extinct of humankind due to its continual evil. He put them out of their misery which is why evil should never be toyed with. It is a rattlesnake not a friend.

  4. Alan says
    12 February 14, 10:20pm

    God destroyed the earth by flood because it grieved God in His heart that He created man because He saw that men’s hearts were continually evil in intention of thoughts, and there was wickedness and violence in the earth.
    Yeshuah (Jesus) is a God of mercy and compassion who takes no delight in the death of anyone, including the wicked. Ezekiel 18:23, “Have I any pleasure in the death of the wicked, declares the Lord God, and not rather that he should turn from his way and live?”
    As the above Moshe says, perhaps the answer lies in Genesis 6:4-6. Genesis 1:27 states,
    “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female He created them.” God was not going to allow man to corrupt the image and likeness that He created man to be, that is an abomination to Him. So God after much patience for the wicked to turn from their evil ways (1 Peter 3:20, “because they formerly did not obey, when God’s patience waited in the days of Noah, while the ark was being prepared, in which a few, that is, eight persons, were brought safely through water”) passed judgment of necessity in order to save man from corruption and corrupting the image that He created man to be in order to preserve the righteous line through Noah which would bring forth Yeshuah (Jesus) the redeemer for all mankind.
    The movie should be a message of truth and hope to this generation. People are looking for hope and a redeemer in this generation. This is a golden opportunity to present Noah as just one in the line of God’s redeeming acts of love towards mankind throughout the history of mankind culminating in the redeeming act of the second Adam “Yeshuah (Jesus).” The movie “Passion of Christ” was successful because it had enough truth in it so that people could see who Christ is and that He is the only hope and salvation for this generation.
    I am concerned that the movie should not profane the name of God by misrepresenting His character, who He is. That God is a merciful, patient, loving God that did this redeeming act to preserve a people for Himself through the coming Messiah Yeshuah. God says that in our generation that it would be like the days of Noah, so the movie should present God as a loving, patient, redeemer that is speaking to our generation Ezekiel 18:32, “For I have no pleasure in the death of anyone, declares the Lord God; so -turn, and live.”

  5. Junk says
    08 March 14, 12:41pm

    Hard to tell from the trailer snippets, but it appears that the movie suggests the people were trying to get on the ark, and it also appears that Noah had no concern for their souls. Yet 2 Peter 2:5 says that he was “a preacher of righteousness”. What else is a preacher in the Bible but one who seeks to impart saving knowledge? To name a few, such is the case of Isaiah: ‘“The Spirit of the Lord God is upon Me, Because the Lord has anointed Me to preach good tidings to the poor; He has sent Me to heal the brokenhearted, To proclaim liberty to the captives, And the opening of the prison to those who are bound’; Matthew 4:17: ‘From that time Jesus began to preach and to say, “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.”’; Matthew 4:23: ‘And Jesus went about all Galilee, teaching in their synagogues, preaching the gospel of the kingdom, and healing all kinds of sickness and all kinds of disease among the people.’; Matthew 11:5 ‘The blind see and the lame walk; the lepers are cleansed and the deaf hear; the dead are raised up and the poor have the gospel preached to them.’; Mark 16:15: ‘And He said to them, “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature.’; Luke 3:3: ‘And he went into all the region around the Jordan, preaching a baptism of repentance for the remission of sins’; Luke 4:43: ‘but He said to them, “I must preach the kingdom of God to the other cities also, because for this purpose I have been sent.”’; and so on. It looks like the Noah of this movie lacks compassion for the people around him, contrary to the Biblical principle, and I tend to think this shortcoming in his characterization will convey the wrong message to an unbelieving world.

  6. Annelie says
    09 March 14, 8:55am

    This will not be Biblically accurate unfortunately but many people will go to see it and there is nothing impossible for God, so my prayer is that Christians will pray that the Holy Spirit will be in abundance and convict the people watching of the truth, instead of the error.


  7. kim14 says
    28 March 14, 6:27pm

    I am looking forward to seeing this film knowing full well Hollywood never gets the whole Word of God exactly right. God flooded the earth in the tie of Noah to cleanse the earth od the hybreds the offspring of the fallen angels and the daughters of Adam. Geber or giants. When Christ returns “it will be as in the days od Noah”. “They will be giving and taking in marriage.” They being the fallen angels as they are coming back with Satan as the Anti-Christ at the 6th seal 6th vial 6th trump before our true Lord and Savior returns at the 7th seal 7th vial 7th trump.

    Noah and his family were saved as they alone were perfect in all their generations and had not mixed their seed with the fallen angels. Noah was instructed to bring upon the ark male and female of ALL FLESH wich includes all races of humanity including even the Kennites as well as all the animals. God showed His compassion and great mercy and love in this at of faith in humanity and gave His only begotten Son our Lord and Savior as our high Passover sacrafice for our sins on the cross whom came through Noah’s line embiblical cord to embiblical cord.

    I think it is good to have this new film to turn our thoughts back to His word this Passover. God bless and enjoy.

  8. Mark says
    29 March 14, 4:22pm

    Do NOT go see Noah the movie!!!! I walked out of it (one of the first I have ever walked out of). I went trying to give Hollywood the benefit of the doubt, knowing that they would need to add some artistic interpretation given the small storyline from Genesis. However, when Hollywood injected the idea that Noah couldn’t get answers from God and wanted to murder his granddaughter, I couldn’t stand it anymore. I was disgusted by the portrayal of an axe wielding Noah who kills countless people. I was appalled by the fact that they made up a storyline that a bad guy secretly snuck on to the boat and conspired with Ham to kill Noah while on the boat. I was offended that they portrayed a prophet as a man not preaching repentance but as a man determined to end the human race including his own family. Besides the fact that there is a man with a boat and animals, this movie in no way follows the story found in Genesis. With only three chapters about Noah, it is surprising how many errors this movie has compared to its biblical telling (eg. age of noah, sons all took wives on to boat, length of ark stay, his interaction with his father and Methuselah, in Bible it said Noah walked with God etc). I didn’t find out until after the fact the Noah’s Film atheist director Darren Aronofsky Calls ‘Noah’ The ‘Least Biblical Film Ever Made” (Huffington Post).

  9. charles says
    30 March 14, 12:14am

    I took my eleven year old son to see this movie. after thirty minutes or so of it, we left. could not stomach the artistic license that was taken to what I know to be the truth. the story of noah as told in the bible at the story portrayed by Hollywood for profit, as so different the only way they are in anyway the is the the title. also some of the charcters and also maybe a feew vagues references. mostly its just a vehicle for Hollywood to profit of the coattails of movies such as the passion of the Christ and the bible. do not spend your time and or money on this whore of a movie.

  10. Annelie says
    30 March 14, 8:00am

    There are many scholars that believe there was never any mix of angels with humans, the sons of men, vs the sons of God were referred to as those that follow God and those that follow men. So when the sons of God saw the daughters of men, it’s just like today. Being unequally yoked, which leads the people of God to take up the bad practices and sins of the people that don’t follow God.


    The movie Noah causes you to dislike Noah about 1/2 way through the film and then it goes downhill from there. It really wasn’t a movie where secular or Christians would enjoy unless you want to see Noah as really a crazy man that doesn’t make any sense whatsoever. The movie portrays Noah as believing God saved them to destroy them all. He only took his wife, his 3 sons and 1 daughter in law. So the race would end permanently. His plan as he believes God wants, is to kill the baby (if it’s a girl) that the daughter in law has so the line would end and humankind would end. Definitely no plan of salvation, just destruction and it also shows that the fallen angels are taken to heaven before the flood and led to believe they are restored and forgiven. It’s an odd movie all the way around and really not that entertaining. There was hope during the 1st half of the film, even with the strangeness but after they turned Noah there was no one to root for, no one to identify with, which is what makes a good movie.


  11. Andy says
    01 April 14, 2:13am

    Question: Where does the world (and Hollywood) get its bad theology? Answer: Plenty of it comes from the Christian church. Consider for a moment that MILLIONS of Noah’s ark pictures are drawn in Sunday schools every year, yet the vast majority of the artwork fails to depict CLEAN ANIMALS in larger groups (of seven – per the Genesis 7 plain text). This simple fact demonstrates that children are learning from biblically illiterate adults and institutions. Surely, if Christendom cleans its own house and reads its own book, the rest of the world won’t be as dirty and confused.

  12. Annelie says
    01 April 14, 6:26am

    Good point – Ouch – Lord help us to follow You fully and represent You in all we say and do.


  13. Roberta says
    12 April 14, 9:14am

    QUESTION: Isn’t Noah was adapted from the Book of Enoch, not the Holy Bible? Either way, in the end, the movie does not try to sell this story, it sells the idea that there is good and evil in all of us and it is our choice in which path we will follow.

  14. Annelie says
    13 April 14, 8:26am

    Never read the book of Enoch so I’m not sure sure – this one was supposed to come from the story of Noah in Genesis though, at least what I thought. Good point about the good and evil. Our choice, made possible by Jesus.


  15. ClaytonFrazier1 says
    17 April 14, 2:32pm

    This movie surprised me. All people hating on it, this did put me off from seeing it. I’m so happy I went and supported it. To called this a bad movie, is a joke. If you are going to judge and be hateful, you need to at least see the actually movie. This film is so much better than many Christian movie I have seen. And, it was also great not to be preached at like almost all Christian Films do. Darren is smart and he knows the audience can figure out the message. This movie is making me think more of God, and what I’m doing as a believer; and this film is actually sticking with me. This film is made great. The story is good too, well the script is resonating with me. It made the film, and are the bones of it. The flash motion scenes and SFX were great. Hopkins is always great. This film is worth seeing and I can’t wait to see more from Hollywood. With less from bitter Christians input too. I thought the fallen angels were awesome. This whole film is creative; yet it’s not prefect, I will be seeing it in the future. This film in moments does become art. Parts are beautiful, as in the Earth before the flood. Oh, I can go on. If you’re not strict or overly conservative, then this is worth the watch.

  16. Josh says
    29 April 14, 7:18pm

    I’m not sure that this is really a good movie to go see if you are a Christian at heart. Though it looks action packed and awesome, it suggests that all of mankind tried to storm the ark. The only scripture reference of any relations between pagans and the ark was the pagans scoffing at Noah for building it. Oh, well. Hollywood always adds a twist to their movies.

  17. godchaser says
    11 July 14, 10:15pm

    Another attempt by Hollywood to climb on to the so called Christian Movie Viewer band wagon. Not quite the film I was expecting though. I was thinking blockbuster scale like The Ten Commandments with the completely now insane Charleton Heston. I wouldnt necessarily classify this as a Christian film though as it seemed to be more interested with retelling an old story than carrying any kind of message to the viewer. Just entertainment no message to consider or contemplate. At best one could take issue with its understanding of biblical facts, such as whats with the Watchers? I was not impressed at all and for me as a Christian film this doesnt make the cut….

  18. Richard says
    02 August 14, 2:17pm

    This is a mockery and horrible movie.

  19. Lightingbug says
    09 March 15, 6:41pm

    We were on a plane going out of the country doing mission work and this was one of the movies. I tried to watch it; but it was so opposite to God’s Word. I had to turn it off. My husband watched it and he said it did not get any better. What a shame. God gives us all many chances to come to Him. His love and home in Heaven is a free gift to anyone who will except it. We just have to ask for His forgiveness and believe Jesus is the Only way to get to Heaven. Not work or any other way. He truly loves you!

  20. Cathy says
    30 March 15, 6:05pm

    I watch this film hoping for the best but some parts of the movie actually is harassing. If this was just a movie I would’ve said it was good but because of what it does with God it is a horrible movie. The true story of Noah is a really good story they did not need to change it.

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